Property Renting Tip #7: Lease Period

It is common to have a one to two year lease period in Singapore, typically two years if it is a comfortable duration for both the Landlord and Tenant.In the event you want to have a longer lease term but are not sure if you want to keep the same rental rate, you can have…

Singapore Property Weekly Issue 103 now out

In this week’s issue: Hidden Dangers in Mixed Development and Mature Estates Property Renting Tip #7: Lease Period Singapore Property News This Week Resale Property Transactions (April 24 – April 30) Happy reading! To wisdom and beyond, Singapore Property Weekly Issue 103 by Propwise.sg

Does a 60 Years Leasehold Condominiums Make Sense?

By guest contributor AK When I was told that residential properties in Hong Kong generally come with a 50 years lease, I was amazed. Imagine that someone in his thirties bought a condo in Hong Kong and he lived to be 90 years old.  This effectively means that he could be kicked out of the…